Smirk - Everybody's Best Friend
San Francisco's SMIRK are punk/rock with a sarcastic attitude. Not bitter about their retail jobs, but angry at the overly needy customers that they come in contact with. This song and video are based on a real person. (Who is it ?, Who is it ?) It was shot over 3 days in June 2004. White pants! Black Thong! What's Wrong????
Run time 4:33Producer SMIRKProduction Company Broken RekidsSponsor Broken RekidsAudio/Visual sound, colorContact Information www.brokenrekids.com
Diane Glaub - Drums and Vocals
Mike MIllett - Guitar and Vocals
Mike Dineen - Bass
Direction and Camera : Carolyn Keddy
Video Editing : John Ross
Music recorded by Chris Woodhouse
Everybody's Best Friend : Ben Dayhoe
Thanks to: Gabe, Jennifer, Al, Joe, Colin, Dave, Janice,
October 9, 2005
Smirk-Everybodys best friend
Cute video , the vocals aren't really punk, but it is a good video, anyone who has worked retail can relate to this. I would like to get a copy of this onDVD
October 23, 2004
This is a good little video and song. It holds up on repeated viewings as something playful and fun. You can tell they had fun shooting it. The song is kind of cool, too. It isn't really "punk rock" in the sense that punk has come to be known, i.e., it isn't loud and annoying. It's just a song, but a song that somebody actually sat down and wrote. I guess since it doesn't really fit into any particular genre, punk rock would suffice as a general description.
July 19, 2004
Hi-Larious Retail Fun
An excellent, highly enjoyable video from these SF punks. Anyone who works retail can relate to the sentiment and necessity for poking fun at your customers. The main character is great. Let's see his thong one more time!
July 13, 2004
Nice music video by punk band Smirk.
Song is based on a real person they knew.